Teresa Foster
Teresa Foster

I will sign as long as I don't have to give this Facebook Ap permission to use my profile for its purposes.

Zev Paiss
Zev Paiss
  • Teresa Foster

Teresa - You can just log into Causes and leave Facebook out of it entirely.

Teresa Foster
Teresa Foster
  • Teresa Foster

It didn't work that way - can you find another tool for gathering signatures?

Zev Paiss
Zev Paiss
  • Teresa Foster

Teresa - I have sent a note to the "Help Desk" at Causes to see if you must have a facebook account to join them. Still waiting. The other option is to allow facebook to access your app and then after you vote remove them. Pretty simple but still a bit of a hassle.

Zev Paiss
Zev Paiss

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Luke Ashley
Luke Ashley

Any UPDATES?

Walter Gregory Ahart
Walter Gregory Ahart

Thanks to all my friends and friends to Mother Earth that's the best birthday present you could give me

Judith Sellers
Judith Sellers

It's not just the water that will be polluted, but the roads will be wrecked and drilling and running the wells continuously burns petroleum products, resulting in increased greenhouse warming! How can anyone with more sense than a mushroom even consider fracking?

Andrée Garbé
Andrée Garbé

rejoint

Thomas Borst II
Thomas Borst II

Thanks mr pain in my windows

Joy Ann Jamieson
Joy Ann Jamieson

I hope the petition is successful.

Sally Jean Crum
Sally Jean Crum

Unfortunately the money and power backing fracking makes it very difficult to stop. (This is similar to opposition to other environmental disasters such as pesticides, GMO's and global warming.
Over the long range it is good for no one, in the present it's making somebody BIG money. Solutions anyone? I hope you can stop this in Boulder. Maybe local opposition is the answer!

Melvin Gillham
Melvin Gillham

lmao if they do they will activate the "active" fault zones under the entire area, including the ones that shook the ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL which I was present for back in the late 60's and 70's only idiots would consider the possible reactivation of those faults due to a stupid thing like fracking.

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